the talking filibuster back. >> right. overwhelming majority. two-thirds, at least. on the other side, 7 or 8 or 9% say, oh, yeah, they should be able to phone in from their fundrai fundraiser, and say, i object, and now you have unanimous consent, and to get out of unanimous consent, you need 60 votes to move forward. very few americans believed that's what they elected a senator to do. >> so a senator could be sitting somewhere off on capitol hill, raising money on the telephone which they all spend hours every week doing, ask there is a vote coming up, a bill being put forward, she can call the cloakroom and say, i filibuster? >> i object. it's not really a filibuster because the filibuster would mean you would be talking. so in this case, they just say, i object. there is no unanimous consent, so they can quickly shift the burden to the majority party, or to some coalition of 60, and if there's not 60, that bill or item does not proceed. it could be a nomination.